Gandhi Jayanti: Great thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday is celebrated all over the country on 2nd October. Gandhiji was born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was a priest of truth and non-violence. He gave the mantra of non-violence to the world. Gandhiji, who gave India independence on the strength of this non-violence, is still alive in the minds of the people.

– Millions of people still follow the path of Gandhiji’s thought. Let’s see selected thoughts of Gandhiji on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti …

– ‘First they will ignore you, then they will laugh at you, then they will fight you and then you will win.’

– The greatness of a country and its moral progress can be gauged from the way it treats its animals.

– What you do can be important; But the most important thing is that you do something.

– Happiness is the only perfume that you sprinkle on others and a few drops of it fall on you.

– Live like you’re going to die tomorrow and learn that you want to live forever.

– No one can love a coward, to love is a symbol of bravery.

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